KGI encourages students, faculty, and staff to ride bicycles to campus. The purpose of this policy is to ensure the safe and orderly use of university facilities for using and storing bicycles. This policy applies to all individuals riding, walking, parking, or otherwise operating a bicycle on campus, including motorized bicycles or mini-motorcycles.
Green Bike Program: a student-run organization created to promote cycling, bike safety, and sustainability at The Claremont Colleges and the surrounding community through the reuse of old bikes and parts along with the organization of cycling events. The Green Bike Program gives community members free access to bicycles, tools, and repair instruction. For information on the Green Bike Program, please click here.
National Bike Registry (NBR) is an internet-based database that is affiliated with the National Crime Prevention Council and registers bicycles nationally. Once a bicycle is registered through NBR and the tamper proof label is affixed to a bike, the bicycle information is available to any law enforcement agency across the United States through a pass-word protected website or by calling NBR at 1.800.848.BIKE (2453). An officer who encounters a possible bike thief in possession of a bicycle can run the bicycle through NBR system. If the bike is registered, the officer will be able to contact the owner of the bicycle while the suspect is still detained to determine if the bicycle was stolen. The bike can then be returned to its owner.
Pedestrian: Any person who is on foot or who is using a wheelchair, a powered wheelchair, or a powered scooter for persons with disabilities.
Bicycles are a Preferred Form of Transportation
Bicycles are an essential component of a sustainable transportation system, providing safe and equitable access to campus by all users.
Bicyclists Must Yield the Right-of-Way to Pedestrians on Campus
KGI Is Not Responsible for Lost or Stolen Bicycles
Bicycles Must Be Parked and Secured in Authorized Areas
Bicycles Parked in Unauthorized Areas May Be Confiscated
Bicyclists Must Comply with Regulations.